Iola Daily Register And Evening News from Iola, Kansas on March 15, 1933 · Page 6
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Iola, Kansas
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Wednesday, March 15, 1933
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PAGB SIX THE lOLA DAILY REGISTER. \^^DNESDAY EVENING, MARCH 15, 1933. IQLA, KANSAS HAR(fISSDOES HUMANE THING IN N. U. MEET • ^ i Coach Refuses to Extend Cunningrham at Big Six Carnival By cluirtes A. Gmmich. . (AisocUtied Pre»» Sports Writer.) Homer Woodson (BUI) Harglss sacrificed a team ctiampionship that would have given his track coaching tenure at the University^ of Kansas a most auspicious be- elnnlhg bj- scratching Glenn Cunningham from the half-mile and 2 -mile events at the Big Six Indoor championships in Columbia last Saturday, night. Perhaps ithe former Emporian wasn't forewarned of the concession he made in doing so, but his action was an expression of loyalty to Cuimlngriam and the best for all concerned—and Hargiss would do it again. He was In a tough spot. The other coaches generously offered to concede Cunningham the mile championship so that he needn't wear away ^ny of the drive he will need against Gene Veozke in their fourth meeting toni^t at the KniRhts of Columbus games In New York. i .. HargiEs tliought about the Columbia track'patrons who wanted,to .spe Cimningham in action and re- f\isefi the coiicesslon. Cunningham wasn 't extended in winning tlie mile CHURCH LEAGUE PLAY 4 Standinn. W. Catholic 4 United Brethren ..A Presbyterian 3 Christian Sr 2 Methodist I Baptist I Trinity 0 Christian Jr 0 L. 0 1 1 2 2 3 S 3 and clipping Catholic— 17 G Mctzinger, f , 1 Zvskowskl, f -. 1 Bixby. c 1 O'Flaherty, g 1 Grant, g 1 Totals 5 Trinity— 7 G E. Hoggatt, f 0 Ammon, f 1 H. Hoggatt, f 0 Taylor, c 0 Provancha, c 1 Finley. g 0 . Little, g 1 Pet. 1.000 .800 .780 .500 .333 .260 .m ,0UO FT 0 0 0 3 4 7 FT 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 NEWS OF MORAN Mn. J. J. Paul Hocteu to Membera of Kackle Klab at Her Home Wednesday. Totals 3 1 11 Score at half—Catholic 11. Trinity 6. : Referee-^Sharp. G 3 0 1> 2 Baptist—17 Robinson, f Miller, f Tweedy, f Dice, c Krause, g 0 Neff, g 0 Thompson, g 0 Totals 6 Methodist— 14 G Finley, f 0 Middleton, f 3 Kelley. f 0 Langsford, f 0 Lee. f: 1 Pennsylvanlanl^^son.c ........... 1 Arndt, B 0 • y la tenth of a second off his old conference indoor record: hf ran an easy .4:21.8 race either becr .usc lie [wasn't pressed or be- cnuse he was thlhliinB about Venz- kc and ho\^j the ••chumjjcd" him in their last race, in which the Jayhawk miler caught Vonzke's elbow in the eye durlnt; a.crowded starting mlxup. Five r >olnts In either 'the half- mile or 2 -mlle, or both, would have won the Big, Six title for Kansas, but Hnrglss (jid the humane thlnir. refusing to let Cuiuiingham extend liimsi'lf any more than the obliga- /tlQiis called fbr. I Cunnlnghiiih'.s name has bscn emblazoned' ncrcJKs the sport paecs of | Dnic. B • th» nation and the University of | Baker, g Kiin.s.''..s ha.s pijofited thereoy in prestige. Bill Hargiss made a great per- .•"•nnl sacrifice but he declinccl tfi bum out an athlete who is going .somewhere or to disapiwlht Iho •fan.^. ! ; '• ' FT 1 0 0 1 1 0 1 4 FT 0 0 0 0 0 2 0 2 Totals 4 9 Score at half—Baptist 4, Methodist 8. Referee—Crick. United Breth.— 17 G Roberts, f 2 Masterson, f 3 McClay, c 1 :.. 0 2 Totals 8 Chri.stian Sr.— 14 G Swinford, f .. 0 Hubbard, f 0 Donaldson, f 1 Phillips, c 1 Grr'ntin:; tlpe disadvantage of a i Elliott, g ......... 2 dazini: blow hard enough to discolor an' eye. the eastern track critics thotight Cunriingham ran a dumb race ngainst Venzke in the A. A. U. indoor championships, and when Cunningham got''back to Lawrence with his black eye he confirmed this composite opinion, making 1; * unanimous. The Kansan, dazed from j Lewman. g 0 Childress, g 1 FT 0 0 0 0 1 FT 0 0 1 1 1 1 0 4 Totals 5 Referee—Sharp. Umpire—Crick. Score at half—U. B. 5, Christian 2. that jab in the eye. ran the long 1 "^f'^^°'^^"^' '^H^''-.', ='"^^'''1^^'';^ w" , .„,,: „..f„;^„ n,, I ed an engraved Sliver basketball bv way, taking (he outside of the , . , , , Sa^v^ r-'^'^"^ ^"^"'^^ ^° ^s ^""'^h\ic ^^arof ' 'Tulsa Diamond Oilers, captain and forward of the AP all-American The radio has another confirmed enemj'—Phog j Allen. His opinion that it hurt tlie "gate" at basketball games was crj-stallized by a profitable basketball season during which there were no broadcasts. It's an old problem at the Big Six's directors' meetings feut they haven't placed the ban oh football broadcast.; despite the perennial Insistence of Bennle Owen of Oklahoma, arid otli- ers. Wichita university's basketball team, toiirlng Mexico, ran Into misfortune at sin : Antonio, Texas. While the Sl:(ockers were viewing the scenery and the movies, six pieces of baggage tied on their cars were stolen, i They're in MJexico City now and will go from there to Honduras for games with tjeams. composed of steamship company employes.. Coach Gene Johnson has eight players and cn interpreter,! Francisco Angulo, on the trip. Johnson ha^ become the United States' basketball ambassador without portfolio. The clamorings of the central conference correstwnd- ents are causing Wichita university to reconsider \klth a possibility that his portfolio jat Wichita may be there for him iicxt season. basketball team, can be described only in superlatives' and he has cljanged a lot since he was a cocky member of the Los Angeles^A. C. team, which he joined after finishing at Pittsburgh U., because he thouJTht It had the best chance of winning the National A. A. U. title..,.. Jack Copeland of the Wichita Beacon recalls that the Henrys won 28 out of 30 national touma- niont games, losing in the finals of their first in '29 and in the semifinals of the last, both by decisive .scores. StafTord Fire is Costly. Stafford, Kas., March 15. (API- Two one-storj- brick business buildings were gutted «nd a third was damaged by a Are here today, originating in an explosion in a cleaning establishment. The damage was estimated by owners at $20,000. Kidnap Victim Dies. Memphis, Tenn., Mftrch 15. (AP) -Miss Marguerite White, 30, kid­ naped Monday night by two men who shot her before throwing her from ^^otor car, died today. Shp was sh% she said, when she bit one of the men. Random shots '.. Oklahoma's all-sophomore mile relay teum. which tied Nebraska's Indoor record at 3:20 and Elwyn Dees, Kansas shot putter, made marks at the Big Six Indoor meet which surpassed those made in comparable events in the Big Ten indoor carnival. Neli'-a.*ka establ shed some kind of record^ bj- winning ' co-championships in both conference indoor meets last week-end. swimming and track..... .J. W. Dale of Pine Tree high school at: Greggton, Tex., who weare an artificial leg, was voted the most valuable man on his team at a recent district tournament in Labette County Banks Open. Parsons, Kas.. Mar. 15. (AP)—All banks in Labette coijnty, seven state and three national, were open for business today. Newton Banks Reopen. Newton, Kas., Mar. 15. (AP)— Newton's three banks resmned business this morning after the bank holiday, and after two hoiu-s of operation, reported deposits had been ten times withdrawals. Have you a house for rent? Or for sale? Want to buy anything* Use the Cla .<5alfied columns I POWELL! AND BLONDELL APPEAR TOGETHER IN "LAWYER MAN" AT THE lOLA TOMORROW wm Popular Joan Man," starring ondell as she appears in Warner Bros.' new film "Lawyer William Powell. The picture Is rated as one of the best comedy dromaf of the current season with a supporting cast including lielQti V^dn, ^ea JeoUns, Davta Land»u, aaa SbcUa Terr;. MORAN. Kans.. Mar. 12.— Our community is sharing in the anxiety for relatives and friends who are in the earthquake zone ot California. But two messages have been received here since the great disaster. Mr. and Wrs. Frank Rees had a message late Saturday afternoon from .their son J(*n. stotlng that his family had escaped Injury. Mrs. L. I. Simpson had received word that her friends were safe. There are scores of others yet to be heard from, and until that time grave concern will be fell. Repahing of telephone lines throughout the community have been about completed since the heavy snow brought so much de^ struction early last week. Friends regret to know-that Mrs. Robert Femeaux has been quite ill the past several days and cpnflned to her bed. Mrs. J. J. Paul was hostess to the members of the Kackle Klub at her home Wednesday afternoon and had as her guests Mesdames Bertha Stimpson, L. O. Smith, D. O. Glf- 'ford. R. J. Conderman, N. A. Peck. W. E. North, Ralph Martin, Cliff Laiighlln, Walter Strong, E. H. Burrell, Rees Burland, Nettle McCormack, Q. E. Lacey, Roy Cox, Walter Wood. Dumont Sickly. Mrs. Paul was assisted by her daughter Miss Eloise in serving refreshments. Mr. and Mrs. S. L. Daniel and Uttie son Billy Bob, Olathe, visited here over the week-end, guests of Mrs. Daniels's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Femeaux, and her brother John Femeaux and family. Mis. George Anderson who makes her home wfith her son Dana Anderson and family, Fredoilla, is here making a few days visit with friends and attending to business matters. Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Cllne wenc Saturday to Ponca City for an over Sunday visit with Mr. Cllne's sister, Mrs. L. W. Dow and family. Earl Knight who has been for the past year at Marian, Iowa, has returned here and is assisting again in the s. C. Knight hardware store. Mr. and Mrs. T. E. Whitlow and daughters. Misses Evelyn and Marjorie, attended the fimeral services of Mrs. Mai-garet Caraer held Saturday afternoon at the Wau^h funeral home. Mrs. May Whitlow, Wichita, a daughter of the deceased, is a jslster-ln-law of Mr. and Mrs. T. E. Whitlow. Mrs. Lloyd Wlnslow will entertain the Willing Workei-S: society, of the Presbsterian church Wednesday aft- eriioon this week, instead of Thursday,^ the regular day. Mr. and Mrs. E. T. Gilmore and their son Franzl Gilmore and family and Arthur Gilmore and wife were called to LaHarpe, Thursday to be with Mrs. P. N. Hartzog who was injured when struck by a; motor truck as she was walking along thf^ highway near her home. While her injuries are very painful the attending physician expects complete recovery in time. Mrs. E. T. Gilmore Is remaining in LaHarpe to care for her stepmother. Rev. J. R. Williams is continuing his regular services here - in the Methodist Episcopal church awaiting the call for the armual con- | ference, postponed from last week. Mr. and Mrs. Wesley Barton drove to McCune Saturday afternoon and remained until Simday evening guests of Mrs. Barton's parents, Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Heilman.. Floyd McCormack, Bayard, was a business visitor here Monday morning. Brushing Up Sports - - - By Laufer NEWS OF LAHARPE St. Patrick's Pageant to b^ Given in Hich School Anditorinm Tomorrow Nlfht. RODE ^ WIKWERS IK ft RCMi Ar SEPTIO-II-II./ i LAHARPE. Mar. 15.— Mr. and Mrs. A. Lott and family have ; moved from their home on North i Main to a farm near Colony, Earl Hunter, lola, was in town calling on business friends Tuesday afternoon. Bill Lowary of Chicago Is here on business and visiting at the home ot Mr. and Mrs. Ira Morrison. H. V. Troxell and Frank Troxell drove to Kansas City Tuesday evening on business. Everything is In readiness for the St. Patrick's pageant that will be given Thursday evenUig at 7:45 in the auditorium by the Phllathea class. R. H. Matensen of Independence, Kas., was in LaHarpe calling ok business friends Tuesday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Newman and daughter, Carol Beth, Mrs. Margery Wagnor, ajnd Mr. and Mrs; Walter Maudlin and Lois were guests Sunday at the home of Mrs^ Dora Newman. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Daniels entertained the following dinner guests Sunday: Rev. and Mrs. Harry Crane, Mulberry; Mr. and Mrs.. Geo. Busley, lola; Mrs. Sarah • Busley, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Remsberg and family, and Mr. and Mrs. Elroy Darr and daughter. Mr. and Mrs. John Busley, lola, and Mrs. Chas. Wray and family called in the afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Johnson are not feeling so well at their home on North Mahi. Mr. and Mrs. L. C. Carter and small son, Humboldt, were hi La­ Harpe attending to bushiess and visiting friends TuesdUy evening. Preaching services will be held at the Christian church Sunday morning at 11 o'clock and Sunday evening at 7:30 o'clock, conducted by Russel Crouch, Moran. Christian Endeavor 6 p. m. Everyone Is invited to attend. SSTER MARY'S '•( ' KTCHBN ^ INDOOR APEX TODAY Climax 1 of Season-^ln New K. of C. Carnival York Melt i butter in saiice pan, add onion peeled and minced and let cook slowly until a golden straw color. Sift over flour and stir until blenjded. Stir and cook until flour colors slightly. Scald tonia- toes,^ plunge into cold water and slip skins. Chop finely and add to first mixture. Add rice, parsley, garlic, bay leaf and boiling water. Let cook slowly until the rice is I tender and the mixture thickened. It will take about 4 0 CARLYLE Mar. 13.— The Home Workers met aU. day ' Wednesday with Mrs. Wright. A large crowd was present. Piecing quilt blocks was the work of the day along with the election of officers. Mrs. Hill was elected to be our new president, since Mrs. Roney would not serve another year. All other officers were reelected. The next meeting will be held at the home of Mrs. Readeh There will be plenty of work for all who come and anyone who wishes Is cordially invited to come. We are glad to report a larger number present at prayer meeting Wednesday night. The book of Oaiatlans Is being studied and Is very interesting. The Carlyle chorus will meet for practice after prayer meeting Wednesday evening. All who .are interested In singing, please be present. The community was shocked Saturday when they learned that the county farm had been destroyed by fire Friday, night, shortly after mld- BY SISTER MARY NE.\ Sen-Ice Writer rriHE hostess who entertains dur- •*• ing Lent should make the most ot the many delicious and unusual dishes made with fish. Fish salads, souffles, tlmbales and creamed dishes are acceptable for formal luncheons and informal suppers. They are isure to please , and are a delightful change from the heavier fare of winter months. Shrimp Jambolaya is a Qreole dish, delicious and Intriguing. Many of the most popular and exr pensive restaurants and tea-rooms in the cities specialize in dishes "a la Creole." There's a decided charm about Creole cookery that is undoubtedly dependent on the rare perfection of seasoning. However, any housekeeper, if she will learn some of the tricks ot seasoning that arc not "native" with her, can add variety and unusual \ palatableness to her table. j The file powder so often used In Creole seasonings Is finely powdered dried sassafras leaves^ • Many fancy grocers In cities throughout the country keep this; powder on their shelves. " Shrimp Jonibolaya One and one-half cups boiled! shrimps, 1 medium-sized ? white j onion, 2 tablespoons butter, 2 ta-|der, .salt: -md pepper'! Heat thor- blespoons flour, 3 tomatoes or 2 j ougUly but do not let mixture cups canned tomatoes, M cup'reach the bubbling point. Serve •well washed rice, 2 tablespoons; with carrots cut in thin slices and minced parsley, half a clove or j fried in deep fat Tomorrow 's Menu BREAKF.\ST: Sliced oranges, cereal, cream, scrambled eggs, toast, milk, coffee. LUNCHEON: Creamed salmon and peas With points of toast, stuffed pepper rinpr salads filled French doughnuts,; milk, tea. DINNER: Pot roast ot beef I with brown gravy, mashed potatoes, browned parsnips, new cabbage and carrot salad, dried apple pudding, nillk, coffee. minute.s.; Add shrimps, file pow- New York, Mar. 15: (AP)—The indoor track season, which has kept the records in a state of constant jeopardy since the first of the year, reaches its grand climax tonight in the annual New York council. Knights of Columbus, meet at Madison Square Garden. As usual, the Columbian mile takes the headline position on the big program but unless Gene Venzke or Glenn Cninnlngham can carrj- on the tradition of fast miles, any one of seven or more other events may take the "play" away' from the big race. For example, Keith Brown and Wirt Thompson. Yale's joint holders ot the intercollegiate pole vault crown, are out to vault off that tie; Joe McCluskey, Fordham's great two miler, gets a final cracs at Paul Kanaly, the only runner to beat him. in a .scratch race this year, and Emmett Toppino, the New Orleans s.nrir.t star, clashes again with Ralph Metcalfe, the Marquette university negro who took the national title away from him. One of the most ixiterestlng events of the program is a "septathlon' eompetitlon between James Bausch, Oljinpic decathlon champion, and Bariiey Berlinger, former Peimsyl- vania all-around star. They will compete in seven selected track and field events on a point basis. Training Camp Notes | I^s Angeles, Mar. 15, (AP)—"Hie New York Giants have emerged from a six-game scries with the Chicago Cubs with an oven beciat: and a strong suspicion tliat ytjuiig John Ryan of Buffalo will tt;' a hjndy fellow to have around this selason. Ryan came to the majors highly touted as a fielding marvel whose weakness with the stick might keep him from staying up. But he iter- fbrmed as expected In the field against the Cubs and amazed BUI Terry by batting a healthy '.368 ! In the six-game series. Farm Bureau ...News... ; Winter Haven, Pla.—Although the Philadelphia Nationals may not liave Sunday baseball at home this year, they'll probably get Don Hurst, their star fh-st baseman back into the fold at their own terms. Don has been a holdout tnis s^ias- on, refusing to sign.until the Pennsylvania legislature had iacted-on the blue law bill to permit Surslay sports. He wanted an hicrease bui indicated he'd let the team officials make the terms If they were denied the additional revenue from Simday games. '• ' Los Angeles—Chicago's Cuba pid White Sox squared off today ; for the opening of an old ceremony— the city series—In a new setting. Hitherto the series has been held at the end of the season, when one or the other failed to win -the championship of Its respective league. This year, T\ith the White Sox, representative of the American league, training in Califoftila for the fli^t time, the first Ins^l- ment has been scheduled for Los Angeles. The series will close-in Chicago April 8 and 9, just before the opening of the major league season. "The (Tubs, National leag;ue chttm- plouR, faced the series hot mufth changed from last year. The Sox. the No. 8 team in the 1932 .American league race, encountered their first real competition of the training season, with what promises- to be an immensely improved outfit. Fort Mi'ers, Fla.—Disappointed at tlie failure of the Pennsylvania st^te senate to pass the bill pcrmltttng Sunday baseball, the Philadelphia Athletics leave today on a five-^ay swing around the grapefruit circuit, meeting the St. Louis Cardinals tiiis afternoon at Bradenton. Connie Mack, veteran manageiv; of the A's. expressed keen dlsappollit- ment wlien informed of the action of the Pennsylvania state senators in defeating the blue law modifier. 26 to 24. • ^ "It's too bad." he said. "It mea^ a terrible battle for us to exist.'"- FARM CALENDAR Thursday. March 10. pfflce. Thursday, March 18. Star Valley 4 -H club meeting at 8 o'clock at thi? Star Valley school house. Friday, March 17. LaHarpe unit meets for an all day meeting at the home of Mre. Dunkerton. Fi-lday, March. 17. Moran unit will meet with Mrs. J. H. Burrel at 2 o'clock. Monday, March 20. Special meeting of cottage Grove unit. All day meeting with Mrs. Floyd Strack. Tuesday, March 21. Star Valley unit meets at 2 o'clock. Tuesday, March 21. Jeddo 4 -H club, and community soils meeting. Wednesday, March 22. Carlyle unit meets. Wednesday, March 22. Carlyle club meeting. Helpful Thought: The world is a looking glass, and gives back to every man the reflection of his own face. Frown at it and it in turn will look'sourly upon you; laugh at it and with it, and it is a Jolly, kind companion. — William Makepeace Thackeroy. Cheese BaUs One and one-half cups grated cheese, 1 tablespoon flour, one- tourth teaspoon salt, few graln-s cayohne, whites of 3 eggs, cracker ^ dust. ^ Mix cheese with flour and seasonings. Beat whites of eggs until stiff and add to first mixture. Shape In small balls, roll in cracker dust, fry In deep int.. and drain on brown paper. Serve with salad course. Household Hint: Cold potatoes u.scd Instead of, soap will clean the hands and make the skin soft and .smooth. Good Hand Lotion: Pour 1 pint of boiling soft water over 10 cents worth of quince seed. Let stand over night. Strain if desired and add 1 pint of bay rum, one-half pint of wltchhazel arid one-half pint of glycerine stirring con.stantly. Baptist Minister Dl^-s. Greensburg. Kas., Mar. 15. (AP).— A. H. Dent. 74, veteran Baptist minister and clerk of the district court hero, died this morning. He was former chaplain at the Fort Dodge state soldiers home. He was a preacher In Missouri before coming to Kansas several years ago. He is survived by his widow and five children. San Antonio, Tex.—The Tiger!: were promised their first taste pf real baseball today in a short practice gnme between two teams raade up from among themselves. \; ; Manager Bucky Harris is shapiiiij a tciim for the beginning of exhil^- tion play that will wind up for tl|o Tigers in New York just before the main sliow begins. , " garlic, 1 bay leaf, 1 teaspoon file powder, 4 cups boiling water. Fresh or canned shrimp can be used, but be sure the tiny dark vein through the center is removed. Crab meat and mushrooms In tomato sauce Is a delicious combination to serve with boiled rice. Creamed crab meat and mushrooms are also good with boiled rice. night. Because of the late hour and lack of telephones only a few neighbors knew about It In time to be of any help In saving anything. Ml^. MeOUl called on Mrs. Bras- weU Wednesday morning. We are very sorry to learn of Mrs. Carter's serious Illness and hope for a speedy recovery. * John McCabe who has been working In Iowa, Is visiting his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Barney McCaoe. Mr. and Mrs. Curtis Yowell and Elna, Geneva, Mr, and Mrs. Ned Wiggins and chlld^n and Mr. and Mrs. Venice Taylor and baby visit- «"OOKS and SLIDES BY BILL BRRUCHBR Mack Is All Set pON.VIE MACK took some 30 or ^40 young and old ball players to Fort Myers, Fla., to go llirouph the gestures of spring training. But it doesn't mean anytbinf;. For Mr. Mack's lineup on oponin,? day, April 12, will be like this: Bishop, 21): Cramer, cf.; Cochrane, c: Fox.\, lb; Coleman, rf.; Finney, If.; McXair, as.; lliirRin!:, GTO-YC, p. Mr. Mack aver.<; the nino .T» shown above is pood enough to, win three out of four Banie.=:. That k means, according to my arithmetic, 115',i games out ot 134 to be played. The record for the major leagues is 116 games won in the season of 190C by the Cub.'; under Frank Chance. Buying It Back TT/'HE.V Harry Frazee peddled to " other teams, mainly the Yankees, the stars of the Boston Kcd So.\-, the market price tor the group of ivory was around $C00,- 000. Yawkey and Collins would llkj to buy back at that price such men as Ruth, Mays, Bush, Pennock, Barry and Mclnnls as they were then. But prices arc cheaper now. ^0 la tlie quality of the fame. DID YOU KNOW THAT— J OHNXY S-\I.VKSON, Lbs An.^eles youth, came with his father to the Oiants' Irainiii.s; camp last vear . . . applied for a job. . . Mc- CJraw looked lilni over and sent Johnny to Winslon- .Salem . . . where Salvesofi did well enough to be brought to the, training camp again this year. . . '•. The other day ho : appeared before Bill Terry; bringing three of his pals bf the lo- callot.s. . . . Walter Car- sou, outfielder; I Russell Painter, infielder, and Jack Illle, pitcher. in Saving the Customers OPHE flying tackle has been barred from wrestling Pennsylvania. The reafeon given i^ that the tossing ot portly bodies through the air willy-nilly endan- pijrs the lives of the customer.-^. The idea back of the theory possibly Ij that without customers tliere would be no wrestling. Some arrnngemcntg certainly have to be made to keep the paying clleatele eliva. ed Sunday at the parental Archer home. We are sorry to report Mrs. Roney 111 wdth appendicitis. Mrs. Prank Chambers and children spent Thursday and Friday helping Mrs Tipple fry down meat. Mr. and Mrs. Prank Chambers, and children spent Sunday at the Clarence Murphy home. The Carlyle girls basketball team played another whining game of basketball with an lola team on the Cariyie court Monday evening. Mr. and Mi's. Henry Upshaw have mo\'ed on the farm recently vacated by J. R. Wingler. Mr. and Mrs. Hicks are thC; new owners of the farm. Frankfort, Ky.—A small bank way back in an isolated community "re­ sinned" op>eratlons today. After the state banking department had notified Its elderly president by telegraph that It might "reopen," the banker rode horseback to the nearest telephone tot find out what was wrong.. "It means all restrictions are lifted and you may resume norma: operations," he was told. "Well, my bank has been paying every check presented," was tlie reply. ITie banker explained he thought the proclamations of the governor and president were optional. In- fomied that a ten-year term wa.s the penalty for violating the president's decree, he remarked: "I won't live that long." The name of the community In which the bank is located was no', divulged. Hanover, Mich.—Technocracj-. Invading politics at the village election here, drew a goose "erg." Not a single member of the technocratic party was elected. W ELL! Well! Well! I've jost made a trip through the Kansas oil fields — and you I kdow Lgot a idee! Let's everybody use Sundard I gasoline made from Kansas crude and every- tbiog'll soda bei oil right. Paste my picture on your windshield and then people'U say: "Hooray! There goes; another car LOYAL TO KANSAS." Gamett Banker Dies. Gamett, Kas.. March 15. (AP)-^ George W. Hunley, 69, former presV ident of the National Bank of Comi- merce here, died last night of hearl; disease at his home. He is survive;!^ bv hLs widow, a son and a daughtei;, Mrs. Dorothy Wolfe of Chicago, 111. Sedan Physician Dies. Independence, Kas., Mar. 15. (AP; Dr. W. T Courtright, pioneer Chautauqua county physician, died yes- teiday at his home in Sedan. H-? !i&d been in faiUng health for several months. He is survived by his wiLic \v ahd three children. Deep Cut Prices 30 3;i Stanco Cord Tires $2.88 29 X 4.40 Stanco Cord ...$3.17 30 X 4.50 Stanco Cord .. .$3.53 SO ii3!4 Pure Gnm Tube .59c 29 xi4.40 Pure Gum Tube .64c 30 x<4.50 Combination Tube 74c ANDREWS & SON Iota->14 Sonih Washington Chsnnte—2i5;East Main "THEATER OF THE STARS" TOMORROW! AND FRIDAY! v By Special Arrangement Wlth,W;u -ir ner Bros. Pictures—one of the out^ standing comedy romances of the >'ear AT BARGAIN PRICES! j HELD OYER! LAST TIMES 10c TODAY! r The Miracle Show of 1933! ADMISSION TO ALL! IT'S A LAFF- THRILL SENSATION!

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